TALLINN - Estonian Prime Minister Taavi Roivas is critical of people joining self-proclaimed vigilante groups.
Referring to the Soldiers of Odin, a patrol group named after a Norse God that has spread to Estonia from neighbouring Finland, Roiva said via social media: “In the Republic of Estonia law and order is enforced by the Estonian police. Self-proclaimed gangs do not increase the Estonian people’s sense of security in any way; rather the opposite.”
Eesti Paevaleht reported on Monday, Feb. 15 that dozens of members of the volunteer...
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